Old year’s resolutions

What can you tick off already? Good work on those. What do you need to quit – stop doing, stop trying to do, draw a line under, declare an amnesty for yourself, admit that it won’t get done, and let die with the old year? Perhaps most crucially, what are the little things – acts of kindness that you’ve been…

Making your own waves

With a backlog, you’re paddling hard for a wave that’s leaving you behind – you might just catch the wave, but it’s rarely what you were hoping for, and more often than not you end up exhausted from paddling, and still behind – like in the first few seconds of this clip: With a frontlog, you’re building an asset and making your own waves.…

Frontlog

A frontlog is way better than a backlog. It’s when you get things done and dusted ahead of time – either finished well and entirely off your plate, or loaded and ready to go to the right people at the right time. A backlog slows you down, puts you in a pinch, makes you rush, gives you tunnel vision, means that…